What Do We Do?
From its humble beginnings in 1984 when a few caring people banded together to provide some protection for our urban wildlife, Critter Care Wildlife Society grew into a registered non-profit volunteer-based agency in 1993. Nestled now in 5 acres of natural woodland in the southeast corner of Campbell Valley Regional Park in South Langley, British Columbia. Critter Care Wildlife Society receives, rehabilitates and releases back to the wild injured and orphaned mammals native to British Columbia. These include deer, raccoons, coyotes, skunks, flying squirrels, Douglas squirrels, gray squirrels, opossums, beaver, rabbits, marmots and bears. We also have a resident, non-releasable bobcat.
Products and Services
Wildlife Education, Bottle Feeding, Government Wildlife Studies, Rescue And Intake Procedures, Kids Critter Corner, Volunteer Opportunities, Animal Protection And Shelters, Wildlife Rehabilitation Internships, Critical Care, Small Creatures, Wildlife Biology, Nursery & Infant Care, Work Study, Non Profit Organization, Wildlife Rehabilitation